Water

Natural Sources of Water

In a disaster, one of the first things that you need to secure for your family’s survival is a fresh source of water. While 70% of the Earth’s surface is water, most of it is too salty to drink. So here are some ways to get fresh water. Ground water The 2nd largest source of …

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Fresh source of water

A great new source of fresh water!

If you are smart and preparing for that “what if” situation, you will want to get your hands on a source of fresh, clean water for your family. A company recently announced a product called the WaterSeer and basically what it does is pulls water out of thin air. It’s a low-maintenance solution that doesn’t …

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What is the first thing you need to build your own self substainable community

Before you can build anything you need land to build it on. But not just any land would do. The first question you need to ask is, how many homes will be in your community? Will it be just your family or will there be more? If it is going to be just your family …

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Fruit Trees are the best!

Fruit trees don’t require the same time, care and attention that a full-blown garden does, and they can provide you with fabulous tasting fruit in an emergency. Here are some fruit trees that you might consider. Apple Peaches Pears Plums Pomegranate Oranges Lemons Limes Nectarine Think about how great it would be to have fresh …

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How much water a day do you really need to drink to survive?

My mother always told me I needed to drink more water. I was told I needed to drink at least 6 to 8 (8 ounce) glasses of water a day. When I got older I tried so hard to drink 3 to 4 bottles a day (those are 16 ounces). Supermodels are always going on …

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Does water expire?

You’ve probably never noticed it before, but your bottled water has an expiration date. But what does that mean, exactly? Does water go bad over time? Water doesn’t contain sugars or proteins, so microbes don’t consume and rot it, Discovery’s DNews explains in a new video. Long story short, no water does not expire. But the …

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